Understanding the Enrollment Downturn

Topics: Academic Affairs, Academic Planning, Enrollment Management, Revenue Enhancement, Administration and Finance, Tuition and Fees, Financial Aid

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About the Webconference

Due to popular demand, we're hosting another session of this previously-presented material. Over the last fifteen years, colleges and universities have benefited from strong demographic growth among the 18-22 year old population and an economic environment that enabled families to increase higher education spending.

Projections indicate that the next decade will look very different. Few institutions will be able to increase net tuition revenue from traditional undergraduates as numbers level off and competition heats up. This webconference will quantify these changes and the risks to institutions in different regions and different Carnegie classes, helping administrators understand how far and how fast they need to diversify their enrollment base.

This webconference will help you:

  • Understand the degree to which student segments that you've historically relied on will change
  • Evaluate the level of risk to your tuition revenue
  • Identify peer institutions that have successfully diversified their enrollment

Suggested attendees: Provosts, CBOs, enrollment managers, and deans

Presenter: David Attis